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  • A
    I was extremely impressed with Robert. Not only did he come in with the lowest estimate of 3 estimates he was easy to work with. He was willing to bounce ideas back and forth and was willing to work with products and finishes I wanted whereas another contractor would only give me 5 choices of finishes to work with. I really felt my opinion was heard and that I was an integral part of the entire process.
    I am very happy with the finished product and will have his company back next year to redo my entire kitchen.
    - Laura S.
  • A
    We prepared for dust and mess, never had any.  He coordinated the plumber and electrician.  He worked steadily every day, not taking breaks at all.  He kept us well informed at each step and spelled out plans for each next day.
    Dave is good at visualizing the finished job even before he starts.  
    How did it go?  Very smoothly and professionally!  We are very satisfied and have asked him to do more work for us.
    - Peter D.
  • A
    Jim and Vanessa were great to work with throughout the process. Their suggestions and advice pointed us in the right direction and helped us get the kitchen and baths of our dreams. We were impressed by the skill and professionalism of the workers . Ken the carpenter and Vern the tile setter are fantastic. It was a painless process.
    - John P.
  • B
    We chose the other company, because we like what the other guy showed us. The quality of work of both company is wonderful, but the other company seems more interested to help us with more things. On the other hand, they're very good in giving us a quote.
    - John P.
  • F
    I called Greg Benoit (aka Benoit Maintenance)  to review my old heating system and install a new one in September, 2006.  On November 1, 2006, I gave the representative of their company a check for $4,000 as a deposit.  The system was to be installed within the next three weeks.  Each time I called the company to schedule they would tell me they could start in a few weeks.  On December 1, 2007 (one year later), I informed them by letter that  I would not use their services and please return my deposit.  The owner or his representatives would never communicated with me.  I finally called CT Department of Consumer Protection and after their review as well as the Trades Practice Division investigation and a lawsuit filed by the State of Connecticut,  I received my deposit of $4,000 in February 2009 (two years later).

    - Wendy E.
  • A
    I rent the top floor apartment of a two-family house.  One of the supply lines in my bathroom went, flooding the downstairs apartment's bathroom and damaging the ceiling, portions of two walls, and the vanity cabinet.  My landlord lives out of state, so he asked me to arrange the repairs.  I called several contractors (only two of whom called back - one provided an estimate in line with DM Remodeling's but couldn't start the job for several weeks, the other quoted over triple [$3800] for the job) before a friend told me about Angie's List.
    DM Remodeling was the first Angie's List contractor I contacted.  From the start, David Maher was professional and responsive.  He returned my call promptly and came out to provide an estimate the following business day.  His price was in line with what I expected and he was able to start immediately after my landlord approved the work.
    The work included removing the trim, fixtures and vanity, replacing the drywall and insulation for the entire ceiling and portions of two walls, taping and painting the replaced sections, installing a new vanity, sink, top and side splash (which included cutting the top to fit and cutting the hole for the drop-in sink, installing the sink and drain and replacing the trap and supply lines), and reinstalling the lighting fixtures, medicine cabinet and trim.
    The work was done quickly and efficiently.  The quality was excellent, and everything looks great - which is not a trivial thing to accomplish in an old house where nothing is square.  When we ran into a snag (my neighbors wanted a new vanity cabinet in the same style as the old one, and they are hard to find), David assisted us in finding a replacement that was within our budget.  I was also impressed by his professional and friendly attitude over the course of the job and the way he communicated with me and my neighbors and worked around our scheduling conflicts.
    All in all, very happy with the results and would highly recommend.
    - Bohdan S.
  • A
    It was very difficult to find someone that would be willing to install the vinyl floor as it should be in one piece. George Dexter did not hesitate. He knew exactly how to do it with making a template. The floor came out beautiful and many people have mistaken it for tile due to the pattern. I really appreciated the hard work that went into the installation.
    - Mary G.
  • F
    A great deal was done reasonably well. Unfortunately a great deal was NOT .  Within three months , in some cases less , the following began to show up : the stain and even the sealer came off random bits of floor and every threshold leading outside , the white paint which is in most rooms yellowed , the electric provided me w/dimming and flickering in my bedroom if I ever plugged in more than two bedside lamps and every plug in the basement other than ones for the washer/dryer blew out permanently and I can watch TV only because I've snaked an extra long extension cord from the 1st floor to the basement where the TV is , the top sashes of the $ 3,000 a piece custom windows do not lower - and I was not consulted about this and when I discovered it and protested I was told that in the 1700's the top sash did not lower which is NONSENSE - we have plenty of weather here in New England that makes it more than just convenient to be able to lower the top sash of a window - and we did back in the 18th century too , the window for the full beth downstairs , when viewed from the outside looks as though it was installed and painted forty years ago , not three : cracking peeling paint falling off all over the place ,  and though the water heating was discussed and I made it clear that I was willing to buy new equipment I was encouraged to keep an  " on demand " about which it can be said " You can demand . But it won't necessarily be given to you ."  Not having a reliable continuous source of hot water in a  New England winter when you have severe rheumatoid arthritis and a host of other health problems is SUCH a joy . The punch list I discussed REPEATEDLY with Brian Cooper , the owner of this company , was never gone through . Not even the first item : fixing splashes of paint , little blobs and so forth around the house . As for the generous splashes of paint on the window glass outside and in  , Mr. Cooper once again told me that this was the way things were done in the 1700s . My response once again was " Brian that just isn't so ."  Of course we are dealing with the guy who obliged me to move in FOUR months later than a) I might have and b) I was promised I could because when the plumbers he had contracted for this job had just started on my baths he snatched them away to another job and refused to bring them back .  I agreed to pay for a third of the cost of creating a small bump-up in the ceiling above the shower head in the upstairs bath - all of which became necessary when one of his incompetent minions failed to MEASURE , leaving me with a shower head that hit me at nose level . I am five ft five . I would have had to shower in a permanent crouch.  I should have insisted Mr. Cooper pay for the whole thing but I made that agreement and I will stick to it and pay him the $3,000. or so I owe him . The minute he fixes ALL of the gross errors listed above . In the meantime may I suggest that anyone thinking of a historical restoration run screaming in the opposite direction from Early New England Restorations AND Brian Cooper and his "custom"  millwork company Deschenes and Cooper .  It's quite bad enough to rip off me and my father , who spent a huge amount of money on all this , virtually every penny we had before the crash , but to do it when your principal employer ( ME) is chronically severely ill , which pretty much guarantees that if your sorry butt IS ever dragged into court , IF this chronically ill person is ever WELL enough to do so and somehow scrapes together the cash to do so , who knows when IT WILL BE . ...THAT'S JUST LOW .
    - Martina D.
  • A
    - Philip & Carolyn L.
  • A
    They did wonderful work. Their cabinets are absolute quality and the workers are very respectful. You knew you could rely on them to show up when they say they're going to show up.
    - Judy M.
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